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ABC
Feb 11, 2013 5:00pm EST
. president obama has said that energy independence and climate change or artifice second term agenda. you can watch the state of the union right here tomorrow night at 9:00. >> turning to today's weather. very dreary out there, but it was mild. >> if you are east, you are jury, but on the other side of the blue ridge, take a look. they started out the same way with the rain this morning and the low clouds, but through the day, these guys brighten up considerably. some blue sky. some fog hanging up in the ridges they're keeping the temperature skyrocketed into the 60's. a difference weather pattern for our viewers on the west. you have this cool, damp air. even then, temperatures have slowly been creeping up the last couple of hours. 66 in martinsburg. wins out of the northwest. annapolis, 49 degrees. here are the temperatures. interesting. 66 degrees in lexington. then you get west where the sunshine has been more prevalent. 65 degrees now in martinsburg. a whole different weather pattern. later tonight, a cold front will come through. we will get some clear skies area wide. we will be betwee
ABC
Feb 14, 2013 5:00pm EST
trying to sleep over the sound of their three-year-old twins' snoring. >> my son has plenty of energy. it makes me wonder if the snoring could be impacting his behavior. >> habitual and loud and nightly snoring, pitch regularly with -- if the child is a mouthbreeder. >> new studies reveals snoring in infants and loud, persistent snoring among others could be a signal of medical problems. >> when she was sleeping i noticed she was not as restless. and she was snoring. >> trinity tyler'sy noticed some problems. she underwent a sleep study and was diagnosed with sleep apnea. >> a specialist says many parents dismiss the first symptom. snoring. >> we could do something about the sleep problem and if we fix it potentially, it could solve the time behavior. >> nearly 10% snore but it is the loud and persistent snoring that is of most concern. removing tonsils and adenoids could solve the problem. parents should talk to pediatricians. >> something to check out. coming up on abc 7 news at 5. a local sheriff bets that a bouquet of roses could help catch wanted criminals and it could be paying
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